Recently announced from the folks at MSI, their latest addition to their line of notebooks is the EX310, which uses AMD’s Puma platform. This 13.3” notebook is light, weighing only 1.9kg, and comes loaded with the ATI Mobility HD 3450 discrete graphics card.

The entire notebook measures 310x230x225-37mm (LxWxH), and carries an 8-cell battery which can provide plenty of power. Its small size and lightweight design means that you can easily take a powerful notebook with you wherever you go.

The hardware packed into this system provides you with plenty of computing power, for work or play. The ATI HD 3450 graphics card and AMD Turion X2 Ultra dual-core processors work brilliantly with the ATI RX781M+SB700 chipset, meaning that you can tackle almost any project at work or any game at home with ease. With a 13.3-inch glare screen capable of 1280×800 resolution, you’ll get great picture quality, and the top versions come packed with 3,072MB of RAM, 250GB hard drive and multi-DVD drive.

Of course, there are still more features that you’ll love. This system comes complete with an HDMI connector, fingerprint reader, Bluetooth V2.0+EDR, Gigabit LAN, Wi-Fi 802.11bgn and Windows Vista Home Premium. The EX310 should sell for around €799, and the EX300, with its Intel Core 2 Duo T8400 2x 2.26GHz should sell for around €950.